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Army Awards $4B Communications, Transmissions Systems IDIQ

Twelve companies have positions on a $4.1 billion contract to provide communications and transmissions systems to the U.S. Army. The U.S. Army Contracting Command at Rock Island Arsenal received 24 bids for the firm-fixed-price, non-option-eligible, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract, the Defense Department said Thursday. Funding for each contractor will be determined based on task orders. …

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Navy Awards Six Management Support IDIQs

Six companies have each won potential three-year contracts to provide management support services for U.S. Navy warfighting, manpower and business transformation initiatives run by the deputy chief of naval operations for communications networks. The Navy received 10 offers for the cost-plus-fixed-fee, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contracts via its electronic commerce website and the FedBizOpps …

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Calibre Team Wins $217M Defense Enterprise IT BPA

Calibre Systems and a team of subcontractors have won a potential five-year $217.5 million blanket purchase agreement to help the Defense Department carry out enterprise information technology projects. The multiple award BPA with the department’s office of the chief information officer comprises of a base year and one-year options, Calibre …

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ManTech Promotes Louis Addeo to Corporate Development EVP, Daniel Keefe to Technical Services President

ManTech International (NASDAQ: MANT) has promoted Louis Addeo, president and chief operating officer of the technical services group, to EVP for corporate development and strategic acquisitions. The company also announced Monday that Daniel Keefe, the group’s executive vice president and general manager, will succeed Addeo as president and COO of …

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Navy Hands Down Max $900M C5ISR Support IDIQ

The U.S. Navy has awarded seven companies positions on a potential $899, 543, 000 contract for helping design and produce capabilities in C5ISR (command, control, communications, computers, combat systems, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance). According to the Defense Department, the base year is worth $179, 908, 687 and the contract covers …

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Lockheed Announces $4.6B DISA Info Grid Contract Team; Gerry Fasano Comments

The Lockheed Martin-led team on a potential $4.6 billion contract to run the Defense Department‘s global information grid includes Xerox subsidiary ACS, AT&T, BAE Systems, ManTech International and Serco’s U.S. subsidiary. Lockheed made its announcement Wednesday on the heels of the Government Accountability Office‘s decision to uphold Lockheed’s win of …

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Heavy at the Top: June’s GovCon Exec Move Recap

GovCon saw a number of top position changes and executive-level hires in the month of June, with GovCon Wire covering 20 in all. Three of GovCon’s largest firms will have new CEOs this year, all of whom previously served as COOs at their respective companies Hiring intelligence and information executives was also trending this month …

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SafeNet CFO Charles Neral Stepping Down June 30

SafeNet Inc. Chief Financial Officer Charles Neral is stepping down to pursue another opportunity, effective June 30, the company announced Friday. The company said it will search externally for Neral’s successor and Chief Accounting Officer Greg Repas will become CFO on an interim basis. Repas will oversee corporate finance functions …

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DLT Solutions Wins $79M To Give AF Oracle Resource Software

DLT Solutions has won a $79, 463, 725 contract to provide the U.S. Air Force with enterprise resource planning software from Oracle. The Defense Department said the branch will receive a standard ERP license agreement for the products. Work will occur in Herndon, Va. and the Pentagon expects the work …

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Jim Leto Returns To Robbins Gioia As CEO, Bradley King To Head Federal Division

Robbins Gioia announced Tuesday it was acquired by a management-led team of investors, making it an independently-owned U.S. business again. Jim Leto, who served as president and CEO between 2002 and 2006, returns to the chief executive post, the program management provider said. Bradley King, former CEO of Serco’s North …

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